Here are some tips about writing a really good resume:
1. Don't put everything on there Your resume is not really a story of your life, it's more of a marketing document selling you as the perfect person for the job.
2. Put the best stuff on top It's your first impression of a document. You should make sure your best experiences and accomplishments are visible on top of your resume.
3. Keep it to a page You want the information to be short and most important.
4. Keep it Simple Design? Keep it simple. Use basic fonts, size between 10 and 12, healthy amount of white space on the page.
5. Make your contact info visible You don't need to include your address on your resume anymore, but you do need to include a phone number and email address + web, like LinkedIn or Facebook.
6. Design easy to understand HRs don't spend too much time on each individual resume. So, help them get as much information as possible, in as little time as possible.
7. Experience first, education second Unless you are a recent graduate, put your education after your experience. It is most likely that your jobs are more important than where you went to university.